Priyanka Chopra Opens Up on No Longer Taking The Pressures that Her Work Brings

Priyanka Chopra Opens Up on No Longer Taking The Pressures that Her Work Brings

Priyanka Chopra is a busy bee and has her hands full. She recently headed back to New York where she is hard at work but opened up about the pressures her job brings
Priyanka Chopra Opens Up on No Longer Taking The Pressures that Her Work Brings

Priyanka Chopra is a busy bee and has her hands full with a number of projects. She recently saw the release of her latest film, The Sky In Pink, for which she was in India to promote the film. The starlet is back in New York and has reunited with her dog Diana, and husband, Nick Jonas. The two have been inseparable since they tied the knot last year and this was the first time they were away from each other for a long period of time. The film marked Pee Cee’s return to the Bollywood silver screen after a brief three-year hiatus.

The actress has most certainly become a force to be reckoned with and has made her presence felt with powerful performances films like Aitraaz, Don, Fashion and Barfi. The actress also turned producer and has backed National Award-winning films such as Ventilator and Paani. With all these projects and work on her hand, the starlet is bound to feel some pressure. She recently opened up about this while speaking to an entertainment portal.

"I took pressure many years ago. Now I don't take pressure. I think I stopped taking pressure when I reached a point where I could make choices about the work that I wanted to do... when I didn't have to depend on people coming to me with the work. That sort of shifted not too long ago, just four or five years ago maybe," she said. "Unfortunately with female actors, there is a lot of depending on a lot of people to approve before you are cast in a film,” she went on to add.

Further, she went on to say, “It is the truth. Hard to hear, but it's the truth. That shifted for me just recently. I guess that gave me a sense of confidence to become a producer, to be able to helm films that I wanted to make.

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